From Fra Burmeister og Wain's Iron Foundry, by Peder Severin Krøyer, 1885.
The central, equestrian statue of Grant with one of the four lions (2017)
U.S. Capitol, Grant Memorial, and Capitol Reflecting Pool
Aerial view
Grant Memorial from the east with the National Mall in the background
Cavalry Charge.
Cavalry Charge.
Cavalry Charge with restored bronze
Detail of Cavalry Charge (possible self-portrait of Henry Shrady).
Artillery.
A section of the memorial during the 2015-2016 restoration
An honor guard from U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial on Peace Officers Memorial Day in May 2013.

The sculptures were cast in bronze at the Roman Bronze Works in New York.

- Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

Ulysses S. Grant Memorial by Henry Shrady at Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (1924)

- Roman Bronze Works
From Fra Burmeister og Wain's Iron Foundry, by Peder Severin Krøyer, 1885.

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Henry Shrady

Grant Memorial (1902-1922), United States Capitol, Washington, DC.
four lions
sculpture groups of the Cavalry
Artillery
Shrady in his studio with sons Frederick and Lewis, circa 1911. His model for General Alpheus S. Williams is in the background.
George Washington at Valley Forge (1901–1906), Continental Army Plaza, Brooklyn, New York.
Robert E. Lee (1917–1924, completed by Leo Lentelli), Lee Park, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jay Cooke Monument (1921), Jay Cooke Plaza, Duluth, Minnesota.
General Alpheus Starkey Williams Memorial (1810 – 1878) Henry Merwin Shady (1912–1921) Belle Isle Park, Detroit, Michigan

Henry Merwin Shrady (October 12, 1871 – April 12, 1922) was an American sculptor, best known for the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial on the west front of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.

In 1908, the Roman Bronze Works built a home and studio for Shrady at White Plains, New York.